County Commissioner Proud receives Masons’ Community Service Award

Clermont Commissioner Bob Proud holds his community service award, presented by the Sixth Masonic District of Ohio.
The Sixth Masonic District of Ohio has presented Clermont County Commissioner Bob Proud with the Grand Masters Community Service Award, recognizing his outstanding service to the community as a commissioner and for his work recognizing veterans and those who are currently in the service.

“Bob goes above and beyond when it comes to serving his community,” said District Deputy Grand Master of the Sixth Masonic District of Ohio Mark Liggett. “I have known Bob for 25 years and I am always amazed at his dedication and service to Clermont County citizens.”

The award was presented to Commissioner Proud during the May 6, 2011 meeting of the Sixth Masonic District in Georgetown. The district represents Brown and Clermont counties.

“I am honored to have been selected for this recognition,” said Commissioner Proud, who serves as vice president of the Board of Clermont County Commissioners. “I am so proud to call this community my home!”